Really cute restaurant serving really tasty food. Definitely order the six vegetable starter! The veg tagines were nice too, but not super special.
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We truly enjoyed the moroccan salads, as well as the cold version of the mint tea with lime (we recommend!). The Tagines were tasteful and the best we had in Marrakech!
We had dinner here whilst on holiday in Marrakech at the recommendation of a tour guide and staff at the hotel and was not disappointed. There is a menu option for 189dh (approx £14.50) for 5 courses and we struggled to finish ours. The food...More
Great staff, cute terrace, and the best food in Morocco! Order the mezze salad starter and the Tanjia. My cousin and I shared a Tanjia and wished we had each gotten our own because it was SO good! Great location as well!
One of these places I keep going, as well as Atay. You know the place, you know the menue and you know there will always be something to enjoy . Beside their food, the terrace and the mountainview is great and on calm days you...More
This popular restaurant offers the usual Moroccan dishes, but was also the only place we saw tanjia, a traditional stew, on the menu. Food was good, as was service. The rooftop patio was an great place to enjoy a good meal.
Wasn't at position shown on t a map - this small restaurant is almost opposite les jardins. Some reviewers mention alcohol however we discovered none. Food was nice however we give it 5/10 compared with others visited including in this area e.g. cafe arabes (our...More
Very good food. The set meals were excellent value and food was plentiful. We enjoyed our first meal so returned a further twice. The rooftop is peaceful and a very pleasant ambiance. the restaraunt is cheaper than some others nearby as it is not licensed....More
The Souk Café was recommended in our guidebook so we stopped one day for a late lunch. It's slightly off the beaten track but not too difficult to find. There is a terrasse on the roof with seating for 20 covers. A really nice touch...More
We stumbled upon souk cafe by chance and I'm so happy we did. The staff were really friendly and hospitable. Having lunch on the roof top terrace was lovely and the food was amazing! A mix of six Moroccan dishes with bread and some beef...More